Acquisitions of the Armenian Research Center, May 1, 1996 to May 31, 1996



All items are books unless otherwise identified, and they are arranged, under the headings of "Purchases" and "Donations," by author.


Purchases

Dokuz Soru ve Chevapta Ermeni Sorunu (Ankara: Dysh Politika Enstitusu, 1992), 63 pages.

The Massacre of the Azeri People, February-March 1992 ([Ankara]: Azerbaijan Cultural Association, nd).
This is a propaganda pamphlet, published in Turkey and not in Azerbaijan.

Abrahamian, Ervand. The Iranian Mojahedin (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1989), 307 pages.

Blaney, John W. (ed). The Successor States to the USSR (Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Inc., 1995), 333 pages.

Chinn, Jeff. Russians as the New Minority: Ethnicity and Nationalism in the Soviet Successor States (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1996), 308 pages.
Secondary author(s): Kaiser, Robert.

Hewsen, Robert H.. Armenia and Georgia circa 1200 (Wiesbaden: Tubinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients, 1988).
This is a map.

Hewsen, Robert H.. Armenia and Georgia: Christianity from the 15th to the 19th Century (Wiesbaden: Tubinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients, 1989).
This is a map.

Hewsen, Robert H.. Armenia and Georgia: Christianity in the Middle Ages (7th-15th Century) (Wiesbaden: Tubinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients, 1989).
This is a map.

Hewsen, Robert H.. The Caucasian Republics (1918-1921) and Soviet Transcaucasia Since 1921 (Wiesbaden: Tubinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients, 1991), pages.
This is a map.

Laber, Jeri (ed). The Ingush-Ossetian Conflict in the Prigorodnyi Region (New York, NY: Human Rights Watch/Helsinki, 1996), 100 pages.
Secondary author(s): Denber, Rachel (ed).

McDowall, David. A Modern History of the Kurds (London: I.B. Tauris & Co., Ltd, 1996), 472 pages.

Mouchegian, Khatchatour. Les Effigies des Rois Armeniens de L'epoque Hellenistique (Erevan: Hay Arkestin Nvirkats Mijazgayin II Simpozium, 1978), 10 pages.
This is an offprint.

Peters, Rudolph. Jihad in Classical and Modern Islam (Princeton, NJ: Markus Wiener Publishers, 1996), 204 pages.

Sarkisian, Leo. As I See It: Selected Writings of Leo Sarkisian (Watertown, MA: Hairenik Press, 1995), 145 pages.
Secondary author(s): Kasbarian, Antranig (ed).

Shahnazarian, Alfred. The State History Museum of Armenia (Watertown, MA: Armenian Library and Museum of America, [1995]), 72 pages.
Secondary author(s): Mkrtchian, Iveta and Kechian, Svetlana (trans).

Verneuil, Henri. Mayrig [Mother] (New York, NY: St. Vartan Press, 1996), 203 pages.
Secondary author(s): Bayizian, Elise Antreassian (trans).

Donations

A. Spendiarov: Tavadzhanutyun, scene from the opera Almast, March from the opera Almast, Khaitarma, Gadzhaz, Enzeli, Symphony Orchestras.
This is a LP record.

Armenian Folk Songs and Dances.
This is a LP record.

David Bek, 3 ALBS.
This is a LP record.

How the Bloodthirsty Turkish Grand Vizier, Talaat Pasha, Who Planned the Murders of a Million Armenians Met His Fate (np: Mugerdich Noorian, 1966).
This is a poster.

Dadour, Armen. Symphony: Selected Short Stories, Essays, Literary Appreciation, Memoirs, Travel Notes, Humor, Thoughts (Northridge, CA: np, 1996), 627 pages.
Davtyan, V. (ed). Oratsuyts Hayrenik 1983 [Fatherland Calendar 1983] (Erevan: Spyurkahayutyun Het Mshakutatin Kapi Komite, 1982).

Durean, Ghevond Arkepiskopos. Patmutean Hamar (New York: Arkepiskopos Ghevond Durean Handznakhumb, 1934), 23 pages.

Mamurean, M.. Sev Lerin Marde [The Man of the Black Mountain] (Athens: Tpagr. Nor Or, 1932), 343 pages.

Read, Christopher. From Tsar to Soviets: The Russian People and Their Revolution (New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1996), 330 pages.

Tashjian, Alice A.. Silences: My Mother's Will to Survive (Princeton, NJ: Blue Pansy Press, 1995), 93 pages.